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Nakamichi MX-100_Power_Schematic
« on: August 28, 2009, 06:43:39 PM »
Nakamichi MX-100_Power_Schematic

Link to purchase  mini din connectors

http://www.hosfelt.com/en-us/dept_173.html

other parts for battery box can be obtained at radio shack   
NAK CM-300's  -> CP4's,CP-3's,CP2's,CP1's ->SonyD5
NAKCM-300's ->  CP4's,CP-3's,CP2's,CP1's ->MX-100-->NJB3
NAK CM-100's  -> CP4's,CP-3's,CP2's,CP1's ->SonyD5
NAKCM-100's ->  CP4's,CP-3's,CP2's,CP1's ->MX-100-->NJB3
Sony PCM-M10  (looking at stealth mic options)

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Re: Nakamichi MX-100_Power_Schematic
« Reply #1 on: August 29, 2009, 01:44:27 PM »
Is that schematic right? I believe the batteries hooked that way are 18 volts. not saying it won't work but I do not believe its 9 volts. postive to postive/negative to negative=9volts

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Re: Nakamichi MX-100_Power_Schematic
« Reply #2 on: August 29, 2009, 04:49:15 PM »
This works for me...I had downloaded this from 

http://www.nakmics.com/   a few years back.  I  get at least 4 hours  per show

NAK CM-300's  -> CP4's,CP-3's,CP2's,CP1's ->SonyD5
NAKCM-300's ->  CP4's,CP-3's,CP2's,CP1's ->MX-100-->NJB3
NAK CM-100's  -> CP4's,CP-3's,CP2's,CP1's ->SonyD5
NAKCM-100's ->  CP4's,CP-3's,CP2's,CP1's ->MX-100-->NJB3
Sony PCM-M10  (looking at stealth mic options)

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Re: Nakamichi MX-100_Power_Schematic
« Reply #3 on: December 25, 2009, 11:57:00 PM »
ziko, the batteries are connected in series, but notice that the "center point" between them is connected to the ground pin of the connector. This means that they will actually supply -9 Volts and +9 Volts respectively to the preamp, which is close enough for rock 'n' roll in this case.
music > microphones > a recorder of some sort

 

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